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Shelagh Delaney
(1939-2011) born on
Nov 25
English playwright. She won critical acclaim, at the age of 19, with the London production of her first play, "A Taste of Honey," 1958.
[W]hen you leave school finally you will find that life is a game, sometimes serious, sometimes fun, but a game that must be played with true team-spirit . . .

Women never have young minds. They were born three thousand years old.
''There aren't enough secrets to go round anymore. Some spies are having to invent secrets in order to earn a living."
Why don't you learn from my mistakes? It takes half your life to learn from your own.
"The only consolation I can find in your immediate presence is your ultimate absence.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: "The Teacher," "Sweetly Sings the Donkey," 1963.
R: "A Taste of Honey," 1958
A: "My Uncle, the Spy," "Sweetly Sings the Donkey," 1963.
N: "A Taste of Honey," 1958
K: Helen in "A Taste of Honey," Act 1, Sc. l .

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